Claire Lindsay’s Full Resume

Claire Lindsay– Her academic record and work experience makes her the most qualified candidate for the Precinct 3, Justice of the Peace office. Claire is a pro-active person that seeks challenges and opportunities to be a positive influence on people’s lives.

Graduated from The Woodlands High School:

  • National Honor Society and Magna Cum Laude (1)
  • Member of the Debate Club
  • Received the Debate Club Service Award
  • Officer in the Pep Squad
  • Member of Interact Club service organization sponsored by Rotary Club (2)
  • Worked part-time with local marketing firm

Undergraduate Degree:

  • Trinity University– San Antonio, Texas
  • Degree in Business Administration (3)
  • Minor in Psychology (4)
  • Tutored struggling students in local San Antonio HS through Trinity service program (5)
  • Summer internship with local Woodlands biotech firm where she created a marketing report for their non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma drug (6)
  • Studied aboard (London) through Boston University during junior year. She interned with one of Europe’s largest public-relation firms. (7)

Doctorate Degree:

  • New York Law School- Juris Doctorate Degree (8)
  • Summer internship in Washington, DC, working on Capitol Hill lobbying for equal pay for women, plus, livable wages for all citizens. (9)
  • During last two years of law school she worked for the New York City Public Advocate, the second highest elected office in NYC government. In this capacity she reported directly to the General Counsel, dealing with issues impacting education, women’s issues, child-welfare, affordable housing, and senior citizen’s issues. (10)

Work History Post College:

  • The University of Texas Medical School-Houston- where she served as the Assistant Director of Development. This involved working with the medical school alumni to generate funding for medical research and scholarships for future medical students. (11)
  • Nearly a decade in private law practice dedicated to Family Law, with emphasis on children placed in the care of Child Protective Services (CPS). (12)
  • Applying her legal experience and court room training she has participated in all aspects of litigation. Claire is ready to step into her role as the Justice of the Peace on day one (13).
  • One of the major issues in the Montgomery County JP courts is the massive backlog in cases. Claire plans on using alternative dispute resolution (mediation) to help address the back-log of cases, plus helping County Court of Law 2 who hears appeals from JP Courts. Claire’s approach using mediation hearings will clears a court’s calendar and lessens the court’s backlog and expense of jury trials. (14)
  • Mental Health is a current national topic as it relates to suicide and potential violence. Claire has represented individuals on an emergency detention mental health warrants. With suicide attempts in Montgomery County in 2016 the highest in the state, the question of how to help children and young adults in desperate need of support services. Claire will make this issue, plus the rising number of children being placed into Child Protective Services special topics for her extra contribution to our community. Claire will utilize her educational training and position as a judge in Montgomery County as a platform for bringing positive changes to our county. Claire has had a two-year contract with Harris County where she audits and creates a full accounting for the patients placed in their mental health facilities. She comes to addressing these issues based on her training and actual work experience. (15)
  • Claire already uses the same technology program that is used in the Precinct 3 office. This system has allowed the Precinct 3 office staff to be the most efficient JP office in Montgomery County. Once again, Claire has the technology skills and legal expertise where she can step into the job without additional training. (16)

Community Involvement:

  • Member of the Woodlands Community Presbyterian Church (WCPC). (17)
  • Chairperson for the Walk MS event that is held in The Woodlands each year with corporate sponsorship. (18)
  • Served as a board member for the National MS Society (Lone Star Chapter) Entrepreneur Program. (19)
  • She and her husband (An Eagle Scout) were active with the Boy Scouts of America Venturing Crew at St. Simon and Jude Church. (20)
  • With their daughter now of the right age, they have created a local troop of the Daisy Scouts. Their efforts are to build confident and well-rounded young girls that will be future contributors to our community. (21)
  • Serves as a room mother at their daughter’s public school. (22)
  • While working at UT Medical School-Houston, she served on the Board of Directors for the Planned Giving Council of Houston (PGCH). The members of this organization work with the major corporations, institutions and philanthropist, assisting them with their planned giving programs. (23)

Claire is a person who doesn’t sit back and waiting for opportunities to find her, she is always seeking out opportunities where she can contribute to our community, county, state, and nation. She is now seeking your vote and will not fail to delivery results where she has had long-time planned her life’s goal to become a judge in our legal system. Claire is without a doubt the most qualified person for the Justice of the Peace, Precinct -3.

Please compare Claire’s record to her opponent in this all-important election!

If you'd like to send a campaign contribution by mail, please address it to:
Claire Lindsay: 223 Simonton, Conroe, Texas 77301

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